The Kable Team's Guide to Ranson Real Estate
As Charles Town's next-door neighbor, Ranson is just minutes from Jefferson County government offices, major shopping centers, and commuter transportation to and from Leesburg, Virginia. But this doesn't mean Ranson has no amenities of its own; in fact, Ranson is home to a major medical center, a state-of-the-art civic center, and plenty of national restaurants and retailers.
Ranson, WV at a Glance
Where is Ranson, WV?
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Why You'll Love Living in Ranson, WV
A convenient commute to Leesburg, more affordable housing choices, peace and quiet, easy access to shops and restaurants — Ranson is a great place to live! Not surprisingly, Ranson has grown tremendously in recent years, leading to development of new homes throughout the city and the growth of its commercial corridor.
At Kable Team Realty, we're here to help you find the perfect home and fall in love with your new community. As natives of the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia, we're familiar with the local real estate market as well as fun things to do in and around town. Allow us to give you a glimpse of what life is like in Ranson.
From national retailers like Kohl's and Home Depot to restaurants like Chick-fil-A and Panera Bread, the Marketplace at Potomac Towne Center off of Route 9 offers anything residents need.
Located behind the Marketplace at Potomac Towne Center is a hub of recreation in Ranson. Teams within the Jefferson County Youth Football League compete here at Charles C. Marcus Field, which also features a concession stand, Pierson Field House, and seating for up to 900 spectators.
Despite Ranson's modern growth, the city has stayed true to its small-town roots. Neighbors can get to know each other while visiting the Old Town Community Gardens, supporting local businesses and organizations, and participating in Ranson's annual events.
We're Here to Help You Find the Perfect Home
Many home buyers have discovered that the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia has everything they've ever wanted in a home. If you're considering buying a home in Ranson, we would love to talk about your plans! Give us a call at 304-725-1918 and we'll help you find the perfect home.